Sun PC

Sun PC

Post by Jim Saunde » Sat, 20 Jul 1996 04:00:00



Has anyone had any luck installing SunPC version 4.1 on Solaris 2.51?  I'm
currently running on a Sparc 5 with Solaris 2.51. Also have the sunpc 486
processor installed. I have ran into several problems:  

        When running ./sunpc_install -A /platform/sun4m/kernel/unix  comes up    
        with these errors.

        /kernel/drv/sunpcdrv: undefined symbol hments
        /kernel/drv/sunpcdrv: undefined symbol ptes

        sunpcdrv error doing common
        drvconfig: Driver (sunpcdrv) failed to attach
        warning: Driver (sunpcdrv) successfully added to system but failed to
        attach

        [storekernname] open /dev/sdos0: no such file of directory

 
 
 

Sun PC

Post by Lee Adam » Tue, 23 Jul 1996 04:00:00



> Has anyone had any luck installing SunPC version 4.1 on Solaris 2.51?  I'm
> currently running on a Sparc 5 with Solaris 2.51. Also have the sunpc 486
> processor installed. I have ran into several problems:

>         When running ./sunpc_install -A /platform/sun4m/kernel/unix  comes up
>         with these errors.

>         /kernel/drv/sunpcdrv: undefined symbol hments
>         /kernel/drv/sunpcdrv: undefined symbol ptes

>         sunpcdrv error doing common
>         drvconfig: Driver (sunpcdrv) failed to attach
>         warning: Driver (sunpcdrv) successfully added to system but failed to
>         attach

>         [storekernname] open /dev/sdos0: no such file of directory

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